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gpc2000

04:30AM | 04/20/07
Member Since: 04/19/07
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Bvmoney
I'm doing a remodel in my bathroom, my bathtub has 4 metal caps or plugs that are located 2 on each side. I would like to replace them, but am not sure where to get them or if they are attached from the bottom with a nut and washer. see attached photos. I would appreciate any suggestions
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Billhart

05:42AM | 04/20/07
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
Repost this in your existing thread in the plumbing folder. From that picture I thought that the holes where in the side and not the deck.

Also is this a deck mounted tub or a free standing. A picture of the other side will make it clearer.

gpc2000

05:49AM | 04/20/07
Member Since: 04/19/07
3 lifetime posts
The holes aren't exactly in the deck, there is an angled edge between the deck and the sides and that is where the holes are. BTW I also posted this in the plumbing folder. As I not only need to get information, but the replacement PARTS for this.
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